The Ministry of justice has launched a service gift certificate to use the services of paid cameras in Ukrainian detention centers. This was reported by press service of the Ministry in Facebook.
“We have launched a new service — payment paid for the use of cameras in advance”, — stated in the message
As noted in the office through this service any person under arrest has the right to provide the prison administration confirmation of payment “Service in advance” and to use the corresponding paid service within six months from the date of the respective payment. Payment can be done impersonally and without specifying the time of detention.
Thus, anyone can purchase yourself (or others) in any of the paid cameras that are already open in 19 penal institutions, and take advantage of the opportunity to visit a detention facility for 6 months.
The statement about providing “Service in advance” can be submitted both in writing and in electronic form through an automated system “Online house of justice”, after a few simple steps:
1. Go to the link https://online.minjust.gov.ua/kvsn/
2. Select the place of service (name of detention facility)
3. Choose a calendar period (day, week, month) for which they intend to pay the money paid for the use of the service
4. To pay the cost of the service.
After payment, you just need to print a receipt with the payment ID (numeric or QR code).
“Be careful. If within 6 months no one will use “Service in advance” and therefore came under the custody of, the funds for the unused days will be credited to the special Fund of the state budget of the detention center as a charitable assistance,” the statement reads.
In turn, justice Minister Denis Malyuska on his page in Facebook wrote the following: “from Now on the Ministry of justice offers a new service — we offer gift certificates for services paid cameras in Ukrainian detention centers. Give your friend a gift certificate, and if you will take him into custody, he will be able to get a camera with improved conditions of detention”.
Denis Malyuska reminded that cameras are working in Kyiv, Chernihiv, Lviv, Chernivtsi, Khmelnytsky, Vinnytsia, Kharkiv, Zhytomyr, Ivano-Frankivsk, the Dnieper, and several other cities of Ukraine.